I’m a historian of 19th and 20th century Britain and its empire, with a specialty in colonial India and an ongoing interest in Australasia and Africa. I’ve written on topics ranging from feminism a
James M Vaughn
James M. Vaughn is Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the University of Texas at Austin. His main interests lie in the history of Britain and the history of the British Empire in t
Bangalore based writer, Saeed Ibrahim, is the author of “Twin Tales from Kutcch,” a family saga set in Colonial India, which has won critical acclaim both in India and overseas since its publicatio
I am a European cultural historian, interested in the history of gender and consumer cultures in Modern Britain and its Empire. I study how how the history of consumption and commodities were integ
Sabyasachi Bhattacharya (1938-2019), one of the foremost historians of modern India, died in Kolkata on Monday. He was 81 and suffering from cancer of the spinal cord for well over a year.
Dr Wadan Narsey is a an independent economist and writer and also a former professor of economics at the University of the South Pacific.
He has also been a regular columnist for the Fiji Tim
Jane Griffiths joined Wadham as Fellow in English in September 2012. Matriculating in 1988, she was an undergraduate and graduate at Magdalen, and taught for four years as a lecturer at St Edmund H
Tripurdaman Singh is a historian, writer and public-speaker who works on the political and social history of early modern and modern South Asia. He splits his time between Agra, India – which is hi
Grant is a historian of modern Britain and Ireland, European imperialism, and international humanitarianism. He has authored Last Weapons: Hunger Strikes and Fasts in the British Empire, 1890-1948
I am a historian of war and empire teaching classes on questions of identity (race, gender, class, religion) in the twentieth-century British imperial world. My first book, Faithful Fighters: Ident
Kaushik Roy is Associate Professor, Department of History, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India and Senior Researcher at Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Norway.
Mohammad Rashiduzzaman, M.A., Ph.D., a retired academic and Professor Emeritus in Political Science at Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey, USA, is a recognized scholar with a range of publicat
am a historian of British imperialism in Asia, China in global history, particularly the encounters between the British and the Chinese empires in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. I a
I am a historian of British imperialism in Asia, China in global history, particularly the encounters between the British and the Chinese empires in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. I am ge
I did my Ph.D. in South Asian history at the University of Cambridge (2000-03), supervised by the late Professor Sir C.A. Bayly. This was followed by a four-year Research Fellowship at King’s Colle
Diana S Kim
I am an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, and a core faculty member of the Asian Studies Program.
My scholarship is animated by co
Suhita Sinha Roy
Suhita Sinha Roy (1949–2010) taught history in Jhargram Raj College, Chandernagore College and Lady Brabourne College, Calcutta University, from 1979 to 2009.
She was educated in Visva-
Rohan Deb Roy
I am Lecturer in South Asian History at the University of Reading (2015-present). I am particularly interested in the histories of science and medicine, histories of empire and colonialism, environ
Dr Kama Maclean is Associate Professor of South Asian and World History in the School of Humanities (FASS) and editor of South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, published by the South Asi
Academic historian, emeritus prof, author of many books, essayist, reviewer. Loving sambo (partner) of Kajsa Ohrlander, feminist and postmodernist academic. Living in Stockholm, Svartsö (an island